Annie Wersching, “24” Actress, Dies at 45; Starred in “Timeless,” “Star Trek: Picard,” and Many Other Dramas


Last Updated on 01/30/2023 by てんしょく飯


Annie Wersching, an American actress known for her roles in the popular foreign drama “24 -TWENTY FOUR-,” has died at the age of 45.



Annie Wersching’s publicist admitted to Deadline magazine on January 29 that she passed away at the age of 45 after a battle with cancer.


Annie was diagnosed with cancer in 2020, but after her diagnosis she continued to appear in projects such as her role as the Borg Queen in the drama “Star Trek: Picard” and “The Rookie.


Scenes from “24”


Her husband, actor/comedian Stephen Full, released a statement after her death.


He said, “Today, there is a hollow hole in my family’s soul. But Annie left us something to fill that hole. She was the kind of person who could find wonder in the simplest moments. I didn’t need music to dance. She taught me not to wait for adventure, but to go find it. She said, “Go look for it, it’s everywhere. And we will find it.


As I drove my sons, her most loved ones, Annie would yell bye-bye until we were out of sight. I can still hear her voice. Bye bye, friends. My dear family…”


Annie and Stephen have sons Freddie (12), Ozzie, and Archie (4).


Annie guest starred on “Star Trek: Enterprise” in 2002 and has since appeared in “Charmed,” “Star Trek: Enterprise,” “Cold Case,” “Killer Instinct,” “Supernatural,” “NCIS: Naval Criminal Investigative Service,” “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation,” “Rizzoli & Isles,” and “Hawaii Five-0.


She has a recurring role on the ABC television series “General Hospital” as Amiera Joffey. She appeared in the television series “24 -TWENTY FOUR-” as Renée Walker, an FBI special agent.